The Galloping Gourmet (1968– )

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One of the first classic cooking shows, "The Galloping Gourmet" featured charismatic, ribald cook Graham Kerr doing obscenely rich and decadent recipes. The series was a smash hit in Canada... See full summary »

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1972 | 1971 | 1970 | 1968 | unknown
Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys. See more awards »
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Graham Kerr ...
 Himself - Host / ... (65 episodes, 1968-1972)
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One of the first classic cooking shows, "The Galloping Gourmet" featured charismatic, ribald cook Graham Kerr doing obscenely rich and decadent recipes. The series was a smash hit in Canada and was later syndicated in the U.S. Written by Anonymous

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Le gourmet farfelu  »

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A continuation of a series first produced for Australian television. Injuries sustained in a 1971 auto accident forced Kerr to end the series at the height of its popularity. See more »

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Referenced in Sanford and Son: The Party Crasher (1974) See more »

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29 March 2004 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

I used to watch this show with my mother when I was quite young. Graham Kerr was a scream in those late-sixties, early-seventies days. He used to dip into the sherry bottle and by the time whatever he'd cooked was done, he was so hammered he could have made Dog Flops Diane and still thought it was tasty. The climax of the show was when he invited a member of his audience, usually a housewife who was stammering and babbling about how much she admired him, to sit down with him and enjoy whatever he'd prepared. All the recipes were for foods that would have given Nathan Pritikin a massive coronary just hearing about them, and while Graham Kerr is still alive and kicking, I wonder how many housewives he killed in the course of this show. LOL


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